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on the structure being put in place to fundamentally transform america. this is the last critical piece of the puzzle that you need to understand. and you need to understand why it's being done, and how they're doing it. but first, let me share some really good news with you. i don't know if you heard it yet, but president obama has finally capitulated and decided to fulfill his campaign promise. he gave clearly at least eight times to put the healthcare debate and all the negotiations on c-span. due to mounting pressure, obama announced today that he will open up the healthcare debate to the american public and broadcast the congress cannial pro -- congressional proceedings on c-span for one full hour. it ca -- i call that an infomerci infomercial. that should be plenty of time to fill in every detail of the 2,500-page bill, don't you think? it's only the bill to fundamental transform our republic. don't say this president doesn't listen to the little people. buckle up, gang and get ready for an important hour to help you understand what, why and how the progressives in power are chan
. good night >> glenn: hello, america. yesterday, we covered all of this. we got so much more tonight. but i want to start here. do you see that chris dodd is retiring? really. i'm from connecticut. chris dodd that i know who has been in congress for over three decades. more powerful than most members in the senate. iconic democrat. he just ran for president. and now we're to believe that he's had enough of politics. oh, how very george washington of you, chris dodd. giving up that power. really? tonight, what's really behind this and what is to come. also, we're going to an spend good deal of time tonight on things that the politicians tell you, that the american people won't understand, or that the american people will freak out and they can't handle the truth. well, not only do i think you can understand it, i think you can hand the truth. but i also believe you're entitled to the truth. tonight, you're going to get it! the phone hasn't rung all week. the phone hasn't rung all year. the phone didn't ring last year either. and it still works. hello, america. how are you? if our poli
an officer leaves his post unguard unguarded. and where america stands in the battle against obesity and what's being done to save our children. >> just what i used to look like and then what i look like now kind of upsets me. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening. everyone. the white house laid it all out today, just how u.s. intelligence failed to detect and stop that christmas day terror plot. and president obama addressed the nation to outline the steps he's taking to fix the system. the president took responsibility for the failure saying "the buck stops with me." but he also ordered intelligence agent agencies to assign clear lines of responsibility for following leads and sharing information. and he ordered improvements in the system for putting people on the no-fly list. chip reid is at the white house tonight and, chip, this review is really a stinging indictment of the intelligence community. >> reporter: it certainly is, katie. the report says that intelligence agencies kne
>>> making news in america this morning -- >> high anxiety. tension in the skies as to two planes are turned back. >>> and one what official calls a shock. the series of missed clues on christmas day. >>> arctic grip across much of the nation. draining city budgets. and it's still days from ending. >>> and accidental pitchman. white house outrage over a presidential pic used front and center in times square. >> it's thsday, january 7th, 2010. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. the christmas day bam plot has sparked a major crackdown in the air and on the ground. and plenty of chaos. >> the last 24 hours alone, f-15 fighter jets were scrambled to escort a hawaii-bound flight back to portland, oregon, after a passenger made threatening remarks and refused to store his carry-on bags. >>> then, last night in miami, a northwest plane headed for detroit, returned to the gate. a passenger was removed, accused of making inappropriate remarks and acting rudely. >>> and the white house releases a shocking report on that failed bomb plot. viviana hurtado joins us with more. >> reporter
that the service industry grew less than forecast. [ baby crying ] that's america's most important industry, for heaven's sake. we got data from the employment service showing jobs still aren't coming back. no doubt a prelude to the all-important, hey, i be the cliche king, employment report. it could truly stink up the joint. the fed in its cryptic minutes -- >> they know nothing! >> said the economy in 2010 will be subdued. a total bummer from uncle ben. i want to witch to minute rice. google smartphone. doesn't seem so smart after all. dummkopf phone. like a rotten granny smith. these are the two important stocks out there. and could sink a bull battleship when they go negative. looked like we would get mauled this morning. i sensed it. the bear was back. the market -- instead, i thought i see a slaughterhouse coming. if not slaughterhouse, maybe "slaughterhouse five." not this time. we're way overbought meaning there's been way too much buying, not enough selling, driving stocks up too far too fast. i consider it a greed indicator. i monitored this one like a hawk. and the markets overb
>>> good morning, america, on this thursday, january 7th. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos. breaking news this morning. the president is set to release his findings today on the christmas day bombing attempt. his top security adviser says americans will be shocked by what they hear. as we learn this morning that federal agents knew that the bomber was on the plane. and they were set to meet him when he landed. >>> 180 million americans are in the cold. could you believe it's colder in texas than in antarctica? our sam champion is in the middle of the storm. >>> and where is baby gabriel. the search for this boy that's been missing for weeks. did his mother really give him to strangers? we'll speak with his father this morning. >>> and the billboard e white house wants taken down. why is this giant ad here in times square causing such is a stir? >>> it's great to be wh all of you this morning. welcome. as we said this afternoon, president obama will release that intelligence report, that says that u.s. officials actually knew that someone suspicious was on boa
this on my facebook page, just search chuck roberts hln to bring it up. julie says, absolutely, america is the land of opportunity. that's why everyone wants to move here. if they have applied for legal status and meet all the requirements, why not? jeff said they should be able to enroll. once in class ins can find them, arrest them and deport them. deport them. we have patrick on a plane on the tarmac in jacksonville. is that right? patrick, can you hear me? all right. he's gone. i'm sorry. you have to shut that phone down when they tell you to. i understand. linda's on the line in maine. where are you on this, linda? what do you think? >> caller: it comes to the blien bottom line. they are breaking laws and getting benefits for it. i don't understand it. our kids don't get a lot of benefits they should. why should people be given special rights because they are here illegally? they are breaking the law. >> well, they are applying for status, paying the bills, paying their taxes, trying to be civically responsible. once they are citizen ises it's okay? >> if they became citizens i can
to the obama take on terrorism, in the end, the only way to keep america safe is to persuade people around the world that america is a benign force in the world. to persuade people around the world that militants and extremist islam is not the way forward. this is the obama doctrine that is taking shape. if it is very distinct to what has gone on in the past eight years. perhaps it is not clear in everybody's mines yet or how this counter-terrorism doctrine that will play out -- minds yet or how this counter-terrorism doctri that will play out in the years to come. they are trying to outline this view that it is, only war that is the answer, it is persuasion, too. >> thank you very much indeed. al qaeda are now claiming that it was their double agent that killed sevecia operatives in afghanistan last week as well as a member of the jordanian royal family. and the jordanian intelligence officer blew himself up. here is our exclusive report. >> driving to meet al qaeda in the suburbs. to speak to a jihadisa jordanias suspected of killing cia agents in afghanistan this week. praise for him wa
to keep america ahead when it comes to innovation. but first, let's check out what investors are gearing up for as we enter the important employment report part of the month. we're getting those numbers tomorrow. simon hobbs is at the new york stock exchange looking at that angle. hi, simon. >> reporter: hello, maria, looking good there. it is amazing. a lot of people are suggesting that this is the year of stock picking and boy pick the stocks like ge, up over 6%, courtesy of jpmorgan. bank of america up over 4%, courtesy of credit suisse. it's market wants to rally where it sees opportunities. general dynamic awaiting the employment report tomorrow. don't need ne tell you about it. everyone is talking about it. the latest from reuters consensus is no change on that december report tomorrow. we thought we'd get on average on a consensus estimate a loss of 8,000. later in the program we will talk to one of the most upbeat people within wall street who believes you could actually get a gain of 100,000. take you through the market indices first. the market really lacking direction after th
jones and the s&p. individual stocks doing very well on the upgrades today. be that, ge, bank of america and the retailers also. employment report critical tomorrow. "closing bell" continues. [ closing bell ringing ] >>> and it is 4:00 on wall street. 1:00 p.m. here in las vegas. do you know where your money is? hi, everybody. welcome back to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo. today, come to you live from the consumer electronics show in las vegas. coming up in the hour, we'll continue our look at the hottest trends at one of the most important technology trade shows in the country. plus, from an investment standpoint, tech has been leading the way. we'll talk to some of the industry's most innovative minds. dreamworks animation ceo jeffrey katzenberg among them. he'll give us his vision for 3-d entertainment. he was with us last year and he predicted it would be the hot trend. plus, pure digital technology ceo jonathan kaplan with me giving us an inside look at the future of sharing home videos. all of that a head on "closing bell." >>> a look at the day on wall street. we had fur
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his son. frag men tear information from yemen over the summer picked up by america's intelligence agencies. why wasn't this all put together. we're expected to hear two things. first of all, the recommendations that the president will make in all of these failures. from white house officials and outside the white house. as well as the specific intelligence failures that led to that incident on christmas day, david. >> and now jim miklaszewski who has been talking to a lot of counterterrorism officials. jim, the president made it very clear two days ago this was not a matter of not getting the intelligence, they have the intelligence, they just didn't analyze it properly. what has been the reaction in the intelligence community and do officials that you've been talking about acknowledge there are problems still? >> reporter: that's long been one of the huge problems in the intelligence community. they have the technology to collect all this information. but they never had the precise technology, or even the manpower to analyze all of it in an expeditious factor. they get almost all
. these are american companies. >> they are. these american companies were populated by people not all born in america. >> now, when you look at this, are you sometimes surprised -- the actual volume of stocks of trading is not as strong as you would think given the fact that there are probably more opportunities or more issues coming. >> certainly fair to trade stocks in america. the volumes are -- in a strong level, we expect them to increase in 2010. in 2009, people coming out of the shock. we saw increased strength as the year waxed on. . >> one thing i hear constantly is that wall street doesn't give main street a shake. you and i have been around for a long time. as it ever been more fair to trade nasdaq stocks than it is right now? >> no, it has not. understand our market is transparent, it's visible, it's actionable. so clearly, these markets perform well. through the credit crisis of 2008, our issue is the vast amount of transactions we're handling. >> we' been recommending endlessly, am an google. these are stocks that are expensive. there's a time you had a $600 stock and it would be $600 t
be its best chance for a generation to impose on america a big government, big bureaucracy high tax washington solution. so they are willing to gamble virtually anything this is their best chance sizzlin' done johnson with the great society in -- since lyndon johnson with the great society in 1965. never before have you seen a machine in the white house. willingness to bribe senators, fundamental dishonesty of the system. number one item on drudge today was eight different videos of candidate obama, pledging to have c-span in the room for negotiations. eight different times. people look at that level of dishonesty. it tells-í%y new is a ruthless machine that doesn't care what it says. it cares what it can get away with. >> sean: we are going to show our video in the nextment so great minds think alike. i only found four. eight of 'em, it's entertaining if it weren't so serious. for the president to, you know, break that promise, it seeps like he risks all his credibility. because it seems meaningless, his words, ring hollow! >> well health transformation just posting a youtube vide
but clearly not everyone. >> right. >>> stay with us for "good morning america," coming up at 7:00. >> and for updates anytime, >>> gilbert arenas' gun trouble could land him in a different type of court. he was suspended. >> a near miss it for metro. safety inspectors scramble for their wives. >> we are on storm watch. another winter storm heading caraway. captioned by the national captioning institute >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side >>> good thursday morng. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. thank you for joining us today. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. all eyes tonight and tomorrow, we will get some snow. >> the question is, how much? >> up to about two inches or so. not a major system. we have a few things to talk about. it is coming from the ohio valley and coming to our direction. we will see it sunshine before the snow develops. near 30 degrees. the wind is not as strong. increasing clouds with afternoon snow to the west. it will push him to the early morning hours tomorrow
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street recovering and economic indicators that the economy is picking up. in main street america people feel like their lives are not on the right track. the 401(k)s are worth 30% and 40% less than they were. they don't know what their kids' futures are like. the incumbents are not getting it done. this is not a democratic problem. it is incumbent. >> let's take a look at dodd. here he is, surprised me when i read the paper this morning. here is chris dodd explaining his departure from the big time. >> over the past 12 months i have managed four major pieces of legislation through the united states congress, served as chair and acting chair of two major senate committees placing me at the center of the two most important issues of our time, health care and reform of financial services. i lost a beloved sister in july and in august ted kennedy. i battled cancer over the summer and in the midst of all of this, found myself in the toughest political shape of my career. >> you know, todd harris, it is a weird, strange world when a guy like chris dodd has to leave politics because of poll nu
on that? >> i think, you know, he was very much in tune with, i think, america, americana, what was going on. he certainly knew who elvis presley was. i don't know whether he followed the career completely, but he understood his place in american culture. his importance. i think halederman understood that. obviously dwight chaffin who continued this whole thing, this would not have happened without dwight's foresight and vision. i think the president was aware of it. he didn't play the tunes at night. >> a question for jerry, i wanted to know if you had insight or details of the logistics of elvis leaving memphis, his first trip to washington, as far as, you know, it's mind-boggling to think that elvis gets on a plane in in memphis, comes to washington, if i was walking through the airport, i'd probably be standing there, staring, waiting for elvis to do or say smog, as far as him arriving in washington and checking into the hotel, did he tell you anything, anything happening, taxi ride, do you have any details? >> there was a couple of details. one was, you know, what ementioned earlier
in the working issues that are facing america to turn this economy around. and i think, keith, that's what the democrats are looking for right now. they're looking for a reenergized effort, because we've got to continue this force for change. >> some process questions here. you're not only senator dorgan's friend, but he discussed this vaguely with you and asked you how old you were and all these other little details. did you see this coming? >> i did not. i did not see it. because i've been down this road before. years ago, they asked me to consider running for governor. i didn't do that, obviously. this one comes at a position where, you know, would i consider it? i'm not considering it. right now, we don't even know who the competitor would be. i mean, we have an idea who it would be, but there's been no official announcement by either party. like i said, i'm not considering it. i'm flattered by it, but this is going to be a huge race. a big loss for the democrats to lose byron dorgan. >> absolutely. this is less true with dodd and more so with dorgan. that could easily be a republican
america's interests abroad, we can help allied overseas development efforts with our strategic objectives and national interest. onal interests. this will not be easy, but it will make our government work more effective, efficient, and enduring. we are already emphasizing this kind of coordination with our new food security initiative, which brings together the department of agriculture's expertise on agricultural research, usaid's expertise with extension services, the u.s. trade representative's efforts on agricultural trade, and the contributions of many other agencies. we know that attracting investment and expanding trade are critical development. so we're looking to coordinate the foreign assistance programs at usaid, mcc, and other agencies with the trade and investment initiatives of the ustr, the u.s. export-import bank, and the overseas private investment corporation. and we need to seek to build -- and we seek to build on the success of regional models of coordination like the africa growth and opportunity act. we need to ask hard questions about who should be doing what in the
to connect the dots in a way that would have prevented a known terrorist from boarding a plane for america and the steps we're going to take to prevent that from happening again. janet napolitano will discuss her review of aviation screening, technology and procedures. how that terrorist boarded that plane with explosives that could have killed nearly 300 innocent people, and how we'll strengthen aviation security going forward. today i want to just briefly summarize their conclusions and the steps that i've ordered to address them. in our ever-changer world, america's first line of defense is timely, accurate intelligence that is shared, integrated, analyzed, and acted upon quickly and effectively. that's what the intelligence reforms after the 9/11 attacks largely achieved. that's what our intelligence community does every day. but unfortunately, that's not what happened in the lead-up to christmas day. it's now clear that shortcongs occurred in three broad and compounding ways. first, although our intelligence community had learned a great deal about the al qaeda affiliate in yemen call
trying to get us back to the obama take on terrorism, in e end, the only way ke america safe is to persuad peop aund the world that americis a benign foe in the world. persuade people around th world tt milants and extremisislam is not the way forward. this is the obama doctrine that is taking shape. if it is vy distinct to what hagone in the pt eight years. perhaps it is notclear in everybody's mines ye or how this counter-terrorism doctrine that will play t -- minds yet or h this counter-terrorism ctrine that will play out in the years toome. ey are trying to outline this view thatts, only war that is the answ, it is persuasion, too. >>hank you very much indeed. al qaedare now claiming that it was their doue agent that killed seven cia operatives in afghanistan last ek as well as a membe of t jordanian royal family. and the jordani intelligence officer blew himsf up. here is our exclusive report >> drivi to meet al qaeda in the subur. to speak to a jihis fighter. ordanian mitant is suspted of killiia agents in afghanistan this week. praise for him was prediable. >> lots of
in america who need a little help. >> reporter: but she waited precious months before calling. >> i was so convinced there's no way somebody's going to give you medicine for free without a gimmick. >> reporter: they did. within days. it's called the partnership for prescription assistance. pharmaceutical companies provide assistance to those who make too little money more medical insurance. typically an individual making $21,000 a year or a family of four living on $44,000 would qualify. there's no time limit, as long as your income remains tight, the free meds keep coming. >> as long as you qualify from an income standpoint and as long as you're uninsured, you can continue to receive your medicines indefinitely. >> some of the free medicines come right to shirley's house in the mail. others she picked up at the doctors office. thanks to $1500 worth of free drugs every month, shirley is doing well. she's thriving, instead of dying. >> she's empowered by all this. >> reporter: the woman who was so skeptical when she saw these commercials has now taped a commercial of her own to let other pe
of the toughest gun laws and america, and you want to showboat and figure it is funny. >> in the future he could face felony charges and up to five years in prison. we talked to a legal analyst and he says that if he had guns in new horizons center and it mr. tha-- guns int he verizon cente, he could be locked up. >> we spoke with mike shanahan when he was originally introduced as the team's head coach. >> mike shanahan promises not to disappoint. hes the 28 head coach of the redskins and becomes the second highest-paid coach with a five- year deal worth $30 million. he gives the struggling franchise renewed hope. at 57, she is younger than that of joe gibbs and more experienced than jim zorn. he will start putting his staff together immediately. his son, kyle, will be the new offensive coordinator. he has faced with a very tough past, trying to turn around a four and 12 football team. i asked him how long will it take? >> what to do is approach every day just like you did throughout your career, my career in denver. you try to get better -- better every day. i understand it is a process. we wil
the rumors about his health. welcome to bbc world news broadcast to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. coming up later, a return to innocence. thousands of nepal's child soldiers released to try to find new lives. and defying the big freeze. the northern hemisphere still locked in a very chilly embrace. >> hello to al qaeda are now claiming that it was their age and who killed seven cia agents last week in afghanistan. he was a jordanian intelligence of a stir when he blew himself up inside a military base. our middle east correspondent has been exploring the jordanian connection. here is the exclusive report. >> driving to meet al qaeda in the southern suburbs. to speak to a jihadist fighter who claims to recruit jordanians for al qaeda's cause. a jordanian militant is suspected of killing cia agents in afghanistan this week. this meant praise for him was predictable. >> lots of people here would like to do something like that. he was a martyr. i would love to do what he did. american policy in the middle east is to blame. >> the presumed ballmer worked as a doctor in this
of america's banks. >>he banks are raisi an ordinate amount of capit throughout 200 and 2009. so they're bett positioned. some of the small banks won't make it ansome of the larger bas will continue to have to sell assets to support themselv. >> ghab: aot ofhe big banks have paid back the money in the bailout money is it fair to sathat they're healthy again? >> i would say they're hlthier beuse of the government intervention and the chae in accountingules. but home pces are worth a lot less than banks are caying them on thr balance sheets. and real estate wortha lot less in thectual markets than the banks are carryi on the balae sheet. u can't say this one is healthy, this one isot healthy. >> ghari so when the banks start porting their quarterly results where are e revenues coming from? >>hat's a very go question because the banks make money out ofhe loan books and t loan books ha been declining because they hen't been lending. from a f rspective, you know and have coveredery well the relatory environment makes it much more difficult fothe banks to chae fe on the productshey made money on.
-boggling to america, who has no sense of history -- [laughter] -- that they would be obsessing about this bill. i have no doubt that this will be another pandora's box that will inevitably be opened. there will be millions of south koreans and north koreans holding property deeds for land in north korea. my mother-in-law was born in orchards, you know, a wealthy landowner, and she knows where she lived. i think this is going to be another difficult issue to resolve, and given that they have had 65 years to get it right with japan and have not gotten it right, that does not make me very optimistic that they will be able to resolve this in a quick or efficient manner. i do not think it will be able to have this blanket declaration of new claims to be taken. i do not think that will fly. they will have to find some way to accommodate and i do not know how they are going to do that at this point. add that to the list of headaches. >> time for one last question if any remain. there was one back here. >> i know it is a big topic, but in terms of the political culture that varies so vastly between north and
for me to serve this country. i'm grateful to serve for america and make sure i can defend america. >> this is amazing, do you have any idea what you'll be doing? what your responsibilities will be in afghanistan? >> deal with lagistics, i will also deal with personnel issues. >> giving up the lovely suit and high heels, what is the civilian role? >> i work for the district of columbia. i work for the office of contract and procurement and he has been extremely supportive about my deployment. i feel honored. >> you are in the reserves, how much notice did you have to get your affairs in order before you have to ship out? >> i had a couple of months. i just received my orders this month. i'm busy getting all my documentations and things like that in order. it's been a stressful couple of weeks. however, i'm still excited about going. i'm still excited about serving this country and excited about the challenge i'm going to need. >> and we are happy for you. we wish you the best in the last 30 seconds. what does that mean? >> we have profiled major brown in today's washington
prevented a known terrorist from boarding a plane for america. and the steps we're going to take to prevent that from happening again. secretary of homeland security janet napolitano will discuss her review of aviation screening, technology, and how that bomber boarded a plane with 300 people. so today, i want to briefly summarize the discussions. in an ever-changing world, the first line of defense is timely, accurate intelligence, that is shared, integrated, analyzed, and acted upon quickly and effectively. that's what the intelligence reform largely after the 9/11 attacks do. and what they do every day. but rnt fortunate-- unfortunately, that's not what happened. first, although our intelligence community had learned a great deal about the al qaeda affiliate in gemmen, called al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, that we knew that they sought to strike the united states, and that they were recruiting operatives to do so, the intelligence community did not aggressively follow up on and prioritize particular streams of intelligence, related to a possible attack against the homeland. second, t
just had his baby. the former news correspondent went on "good morning, america." >> she got engaged yesterday. >> did we mention orzog is divorced with two children from his first marriage? in the words of one blogger, frankly, i don't see how orzok can balance three families and the national budget. he's been on blogs in washington. he's not just mr. hot, he's hot with nine o's. he's making nerdy sexy. posted one admirer, i'll take some orzag, thank you very much. >> he's become one of the most eligible you're shaking your head at me. >> no. he doesn't look masculine to me, he looks like the boy who was in the chess club. >> just like the movie "revenge of the nerds," this nerd gets the girl. he discussed the budget on "the daily show." one person posted he looks like steven cobair's cousin. >> he looks like anderson cooper with dyed hair. >> even tlc joked about him. >> he's got something like jon and kate plus orzak. >> you hear him quoting lyrics, referring to the budget -- >> but as the country singer toby keith once put it, there ain't no right way to do the wrong thing. >> do
was surprisingly candid when i interviewed her today. she started off by describing the financial health of america's banks. >> the banks are raising an inordinate amount of capital throughout 2008 and 2009. so they're better positioned. some of the small banks won't make it and some of the larger banks will continue to have to sell assets to support themselves. >> gharib: a lot of the big banks have paid back the money in the bailout money. is it fair to say that they're healthy again? >> i would say they're healthier because of the government intervention and the change in accounting rules. but home prices are worth a lot less than banks are carrying them on their balance sheets. and real estate is worth a lot less in the actual markets than the banks are carrying on the balance sheet. you can't say this one is healthy, this one is not healthy. >> gharib: so when the banks start reporting their quarterly results where are the revenues coming from? >> that's a very good question because the banks make money out of the loan books and the loan books have been declining because they haven't been lend
, and we are scenes from america racing against the ice. >>> and, the next big thing. wait until you see how your car dashboard is about to run your life. but what will it do to your driving? >>> good evening. with those words, the buck stops here. today, the president took responsibility for the u.s. intelligence failure in the christmas day bomb plot. and he then ordered the nation's 16 intelligence agencies to do what most americans thought they were doing all along. focus, prioritize, share information. so, what is going to change? that's our first question, as we turn to jake tapper at the white house. jake? >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, for the second time since 9/11, the president of the united states is directing the intelligence community to do its job better. today, the president was contrite. >> as president, i have a solemn responsibility to protect our nation and our people. and when the system fails, it is my responsibility. >> reporter: president obama explained the three main findings of the review. one, the u.s. government had sufficient information to disrupt
terrorist from boarding a plane to america and steps we'll take to prevent it from happening again. secretary of homeland security janet napolitano will discuss her review of aviation screening, technology and procedures. how that terrorist boarded a plane with explosives that could have killed fearly 300 innocent people and how we will strengthen aviation security going forward. today i want to briefly summarize their conclusions and the steps i've ordered to address them. in our ever changing world, america's first line of defense is timely, accurate intelligence that is shared, integrated, analyzed and acted upon quickly and effecttively. that is what the intelligence reforms after the 9/11 attacked largely achieved. that's what the intelligence community does every day. but unfortunately, that's not what happened in the lead-up to christmas day. it's now clear that shortcomings occurred in three broad and compounding ways. first, although our intelligence community had learned a great deal about the al-qaeda affiliate in yemen, called al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula, we knew
is more concerned about the security of america than the niceties of what law -- what constitutional law professors at ivy league colleges debate in the morning. >> i think it's worth balancing both. >> i agree with you 100%. i just couldn't agree with you more. i am dead serious here. i am all -- >> the people last night kept telling joe he looked so much better in person, and they were acting stunned. >> i don't know what it is. the people come up to me and say you look about 10 years younger in person. they say the tv adds in my case 400 pounds, and it also adds about 40 years to me. i don't know why. >> me too. >> i think you have a mature look on tv. distinguished. in person people realize this is kid in the back of the classroom. >> you have to really slim down. >> wait. >> that will fix it. >> i've got to slim down. wow. >> the joys he takes in living -- >> if he wants to fix the problem of the disconnect. >> are you saying that -- >> you have to be really lean to be on tv. >> the fact that i'm on chubby -- >> it's cute. >> it gives me a sort of sheen and i look young. >> it's oka
it with egg whites today. because it's breakfast, not brokefast. america saves on dunkin'. i like this one. in a national taste test, more hardworking americans preferred the taste of dunkin' donuts over starbucks. try the coffee that won... this one. ...and see why america really does run on dunkin'. thank you. >>> new this morning, the suspected gunman who opened fire in washington d.c. in hollow caught museum has died. -- holocaust museum has died. the white supremacist was suffering from chronic congestive heart failure and other heart problems. >>> the nba has suspended a renas indefinitely. he and his partner pointed the guns at each other. aren as said it was a bad joke. a criminal investigation is underway. >>> sheila dixon will step down as mayor of baltimore on february 4th. her lawyers and the prosecution reached a deal that would require her to resign her position but would allow her to keep her $83,000 a year pension. the move came as a surprise to those who watched the yearlong battle play out. some were surprised the mayor who adwho adamantly pronounced r innocence. >>> good
was in our interest to provide. the result of this is simple. pakistanis have come to the conclusion america is not a reliable ally, because america has not been a reliable ally. what america needs to do with pakistan is a policy of constancy, of cajoling, of pressuring, supporting, helping, of correcting, of screaming at, engagement. at all times and at all levels. bearing in mind that we should always keep the civilian government at the top of the agenda of who we deal with. the stakes in afghanistan and pakistan today are enormous. they're for must not just in south asia, but they're for must for americans. this is the place from which the attack of september 11 was planned and coordinated. recent event have underscored the risk we continue to run. they may have been orchestrated in yemen this time, but the head of the snake, as far as we know, remains in pakistan and afghanistan. but the stakes are also enormous for this president. wars consume presidencies. this is now america's longest war. and it is bound to consume this presidency as well. the president's advisers, many of them, part
who served in vietnam. the new america foundation, washington monthly mag zine hosted this event. it an hour and a half, beginning now. >> senior editor, senior fellow here at the new america foundation. so on behalf of the "washington monthly" and new america, thanks for coming. we're here today to discuss a special report just released in the current issue of the "washington monthly" called "the agent orange boomerang," which you can read at before i start i just want to thank new america, stay the staff of the "washington monthly," and also charles daly of the ford foundation for his support. from 1962 to 1971, the u.s. military sprayed close to 20 million gallons of the herbicide agent orange across vietnam to defoliate dense jungle in order to better protect movement of personnel and equipment. from north to south and to destroy any crops. that sprang we now know left behind residue of dioxin of persistent and highly toxic chemical. over the next two decades, american soldiers who served in vietnam were forced to fight another long war. this one to for
to face with a rad came cleric al-laki, a born america living in yemen, awlaki used to be a priest in virginia, connected to the hijackers in 9/11 and the guy who communicated with the fort hood shooter before that deadly attack on post in texas. we have a terrorist analyst live from london, very familiar with this terrorist join us for that, here. >>> in washington, we're awaiting a briefing from the president on the security mistake that led to the chris may say bomber attempt and get this, from the national security adviser that works out of the west wing, jim jones, this morning he says get ready, america, what they reveal in this report will, quote, shock you. what does that mean? good morning, everybody, i'm bill hemmer live from "america's newsroom". good morning. >> thank you very much, it is a busy morning, i'm jamie colby and we are tracking stories on the attempted bombing, including reports that one intel agency knew this terror suspect was on that plane. they were reportedly planning on talking to him when the plane touched down in detroit. bill: bill, a man who knows
't take out their training camp. >> that's an argument a lot of people -- >> welcome to america's nightmare. >> exactly. civilian casualties. have to worry about collateral damage because of the backlash. if you go in, wipe out those training camps, all you do, if you cause a lot of civilian casualties is bring on thousands more recruits. that's the dilemma, the one we face every day. >> thank you. good to see you. we have brand new information on sunday's security breach at newark international airport. a breach which caused hours and hours of delays for passengers, for security to rescreen everybody in there on a freezing night. thousands had to go outdoors and wait for that. we now have video of the still unidentified man who walked into terminal c without going through a metal detector. take a look. there is he in the tan jacket. we're told he walks to the security desk, which a guard has apparentlily abandoned and then he slides under a rope and meets a woman. the woman embraces him for a few minutes and he walks back into the terminal. the fed says they hope this video hel
. like 2011 being a window into your soul. and the boys wearing the americans are arab america is more incensetive than the shirts themselves. we need to worry about their feelings, not our. i read suspensions are not planned for the kids, and i'm happy about that. the boys should wear the shirts in a place where it counts. fund round-trip ticket to ground zero. you disagree, you're probably a racist homophobe who aheads dolphins. >> mike, know we agree on just about everything. >> we do. >> it was so easy when re re -- refurbish the house. but you disagree with me. >> i do. i don't know if we can bring that graphic up again. >> we're on a budget, sir. >> i don't know if there's a bird called a thunderbird. that may be a falcon. i looked at the story. i had seen the store before reading your greg-alogue, and i didn't have the same thought. i thought they were making a statement about american resilience, and they were actually proud to be americans, and they were -- you can't bring us down. >> but -- okay. there's something -- >> the first time we ever disagreed. >> i think i'm leaving
. he painted a vision he was going to be different, this transparent america, a president that brought people together. it wasn't a red or blue america. it mesmerized republicans, democrats and independents and they bought it and voted in huge numbers and he hasn't done anything in a bipartisan way. now the change to do something candidly easy. it is pretty easy. to put c-span cameras -- >> greta: they want it they sent a letter. c-span, they are not like the news talking heads c-span plays it so straight. >> they do. i was surprised that brian lamb was that forward to writing this letter. that to me was a little out of character. but i think look when you have the president of the united states using c-span as a lever to get elected, maybe brian felt like he was being used and said if you are going to use me, i'm going to do the same. come up and do what said you are gonna do. >> greta: not the fact that he said he was gonna put it on c-span we showed videos. this is different it has an enormous impact. not as i say naming a post office. he says things so we can see who is making the
to the chat rooms and other information is seen as al-qaeda expert on america. >> reporter: it was through the web that al-awlaki is connected to major nadal hasan, alleged shooter in the fort hood attack that killed 13 in november. law enforcement sources says hasan sent 18 e-mails to al-awlaki seeking religious and moral guidance. after fort hood, the foundation tracking jihadists worldwide had this statement -- la >> reporter: once again, al-awlaki was the connection between umar farouk abdulmutallab, the alleged bomber of flight 253 and al-qaeda in yemen. forces tell fox they believe abdulmutallab met with al-awlaki, trained in yemen and got the bomb materials there as well. >> on the issue of mrmr. mr. al-awlaki we were concerned about what else he was doing here and there was a concerted effort after that to look at what he might be trying to accomplish in the homeland. >> reporter: congressman pete hoekstra the ranking republican on the house intelligence committee said in a statement -- >> reporter: in the briefing, john brennan said after fort hood alarm bells were ringing about a
prescribed drugs in america. but there is a brand-new study that finds for the majority of patients, those drugs are no better than a placebo. a majority, as in seven out of ten patients. the study getting a lot of attention because 15 million american adults are on antidepressants and sales of the drugs have doubled in the past decade to about $10 billion worth in 2008. the jonathan hunt is with us now. this study sounds like doctors might be overprescribing here. >> reporter: that's the very clear message from this study. it's a concern many in the medical community had for quite some time. among them our own doctor who says this study send has message that any doctor who prescribes antidepressants should stop and think before doing so. listen. >> this is a wake-up call to psychiatrists to say, we need to be doing more than prescribing medication or we need to not prescribe it and get people to psycho therapy they need. >> and the doctor also says the patient should think, too, whether just talking to a therapist or having basic changes in their lifestyle might work better than the drug.
america stands," continues tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >> it is now 8:04, time to go back to president dave price at mt. rushmore. he has another check of the weather. you got my vote, dave. >>> in our area, we are looking at a cold day but not like we have not seen before. 28 degrees or right around 30 right now, areawise, that's about what we are dealing with. we are looking at a bit of snow moving in our direction, moving across the great lakes and we'll start to see it heading into the overnight hours. 38 degrees our daytime high. we go down to just around 26 with snow arriving around midnight, look for >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by tur boy tax software.cer: this weather turbotax. choose easy. >> reporter: brutally cold conditions continue here stretching all the way down to the southeast. much more on this in the next half hour. maggie, we will send it back to you. and by the way, a quick note, maggie, this time of the year, you can really beat the crowds at rushmore. >> i bet. you have to be hardened to the cold t
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